What is required to be in the SIP for charter schools with a current grade of D or F?

Rule 6A-1.099827, Florida Administrative Code, outlines the requirements for a charter school SIP, which must include, at a minimum, the following components:

  1. Mission statement of school

  2. Academic data for most recent three years, if available

  3. Student achievement objectives included in the charter contract or most recent sponsor approved school improvement plan

  4. Analysis of student performance data including academic performance by each subgroup

  5. Detailed plan for addressing each identified deficiency in student performance, including specific actions, person responsible, resources needed, and timeline

  6. Identification of each component of school’s approved educational program that has not been implemented as described in the school’s approved charter application or charter contract

  7. Detailed plan for addressing each identified deficiency (required in number six above), including specific actions, person responsible, resources needed, and timeline

  8. Identification of other barriers to student success, with a detailed plan for addressing each barrier including specific actions, person responsible, resources needed, and timeline

  9. Specific student achievement outcomes to be achieved
Last Updated: 10/30/2014